n. A tape that sticks to the air. Used for attaching or holding information called up from one’s “early” past and being more and more capable of suspension for not more than one solar day (and sometimes for only a few sunlit hours) since the adhesive “melts” at sunset or on exposure to our daily descending dip into darkness.
“Someone imagined that when the belkit fell, the air fell, almost soundlessly, with it.” The Belkit Phenomenon. Heavy Hairy Underworn and Colonel Solids Jaspers. 2002.